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Role of the Congressional Black Caucus
Role of the Congressional Black Caucus
Role of the Congressional Black Caucus
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr. describes the potential power of the Congressional Black Caucus.
The Honorable William Lacy Clay Sr., U.S. Representative of Missouri
Role of the House Radio-TV Gallery
Role of the House Radio-TV Gallery
Role of the House Radio-TV Gallery
Overview of the role of the House Radio-TV Gallery at the State of the Union address.
Tina Tate, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Role of the Women's Caucus
Role of the Women's Caucus
Role of the Women's Caucus
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke discusses the motivation behind creating a women's caucus in the House.
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, U.S. Representative of California
"Rooted to Communities of Struggle"
"Rooted to Communities of Struggle"
"Rooted to Communities of Struggle"
The Honorable Kendrick B. Meek describes the legacy of slavery and the unique experience of Black legislators.
The Honorable Kendrick B. Meek, U.S. Representative of Florida and Son of U.S. Representative Carrie P. Meek of Florida
Rotation of Reporters
Rotation of Reporters
Rotation of Reporters
Joe Strickland outlines the specialized schedule reporters follow on the House Floor.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Rough Start
Rough Start
Rough Start
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys remembers the initial obstacles when forming a caucus for women Members.
The Honorable Martha Elizabeth Keys, U.S. Representative of Kansas
Rules Committee Expansion: Part One
Rules Committee Expansion: Part One
Rules Committee Expansion: Part One
Detailed account of the floor activity and debate during the vote in 1961 to expand the Rules Committee.
George W. Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama
Rules Committee Expansion: Part Two
Rules Committee Expansion: Part Two
Rules Committee Expansion: Part Two
Detailed account of the floor activity and debate during the vote in 1961 to expand the Rules Committee.
George W. Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama.
"Rules of the Game"
"Rules of the Game"
"Rules of the Game"
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson describes her willingness to challenge the powerful chair of the Ways and Means Committee, Representative Dan Rostenkowski of Illinois.
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson, U.S. Representative of Connecticut
Run for Office and Surprise Yourself
Run for Office and Surprise Yourself
Run for Office and Surprise Yourself
The Honorable Nicola S. (Niki) Tsongas talks about the importance of women running for elected office.
The Honorable Nicola S. (Niki) Tsongas, U.S. Representative of Massachusetts
Running for Congress
Running for Congress
Running for Congress
The Honorable Helen Delich Bentley describes her early campaigns for Congress against Representative Clarence Long of Maryland.
The Honorable Helen Delich Bentley, U.S. Representative of Maryland
Running for the Senate
Running for the Senate
Running for the Senate
The Honorable Patricia Saiki discusses her conversation with President George H. W. Bush about running for a vacant Senate seat in 1990.
The Honorable Patricia Saiki, U.S. Representative of Hawaii